DRUMBORG will finally be afforded the opportunity to extract revenge on old rivals Tyrendarra when the two sides face off for the Surry District Tennis Association premiership tomorrow.
Tyrendarra defeated Drumborg in last season’s premiership decider and will be looking to add yet another premiership to one of the most enviable trophy cabinets in local sport.
The Heywood Recreation Reserve will host proceedings in what looms as the best match of the season.
Tyrendarra has won four of the past five premierships and will aim to extend the premiership dominance over their arch-rival.
The enviable record coincides with Drumborg’s unwanted record of three lost grand finals during the past four seasons.
Drumborg last tasted premiership success during the 2007/2008 season in a victory that marked the end of a remarkable five year run of consecutive flags.
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